There is nothing better than a bowl of hot squash soup on a cold and wintry day.
We save our squash seeds from year to year. Lakota Squash is an American Squash cultivated by Native American Tribes as early as the 16th Century.
Most of our Hubbard (green) Squash are taken on more and more of the Lakota characteristics. The bees are to blame.
Cut up squash into large chunks. Remove seeds and bake at 350 for an hour or until soft. After baking, mash the pulp and use in recipes for soups, breads, cookies, muffins,vegetable side dishes and more.
Squash bread fresh out of the oven.
Everyone likes (loves) my squash bread.
Squash pulp freezes well and is ready to use throughout the winter.
And for Desert the perfect Pear Pie.
All winter squash are loaded with vitamins. They keep well and are fun to grow. They never disappoint.
Until you grow your own, pick up a squash from your local grower and find out for yourself how versatile they are.
Have a wonderful week my dear Friends,